UPS Power Supply
Power outages and load-shedding have serious consequences for businesses and homes in South Africa. Having an uninterruptible power source (UPS) backup system is essential.
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How Does a UPS System Work
A UPS system works by providing backup power to your equipment in the event of a power outage. When the main power fails, the UPS system batteries kick in to power your equipment until the electricity is restored. This ensures that your critical equipment — such as servers, routers, and other electronics — remains operational during an outage.
At Probe, we offer a range of UPS power supplies that can keep electronics running smoothly, even during power outages. UPS power systems are the go-to choice for homeowners and businesses alike.
The Benefits Of a UPS
An uninterruptible power system comes with great benefits such as:
- Continuous power to a wide range of connected devices
- Little to no risk of data loss or downtime
- Productivity at all times of day
- Protected equipment in the event of power surges and spikes
If you want to take full advantage of these benefits, browse our selection of UPS systems in South Africa.
Frequently Asked Questions
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems provide backup power in case of an outage. They ensure that critical equipment stays on, preventing data loss or downtime, and can range from small devices to large systems for data centres.
The types of UPS systems include standby, line-interactive, and online double-conversion. Standby provides basic backup power, line-interactive regulates voltage fluctuations, and double-conversion provides continuous power through a battery and inverter.